That's all this post is about. Celery.
We went away on vacation a few weeks ago and my mom stayed in our home and took care of our dog. I asked her to eat the food in the fridge that we'd left so that it wouldn't go bad! And she did--just as I'd hoped she would.
But, the celery was left.
I headed to the store the next day and of course picked up some celery expecting it to have gone bad. But, the next morning when I pulled out the celery--it was just fine.
My mom had taken a twist tie and twisted the end of the celery bag shut. It worked and extended the life of my celery! I had never thought of doing this, but I am very glad to learn this new trick.
The trick I've always known helps when celery goes limp. Cut the celery into pieces and place in a tupperware. Once all of the pieces are in the container, fill it with cold water, place the lid on top, and put it in the fridge. Within a few hours, the celery won't be limp anymore. It will stay good for at least another week this way.
So, that's all I know. At least about celery.